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Join Pastor Kevin as he delivers the second installment of the message series, “Noah Found Grace in the Eyes of the Lord.” In our commitment to a lifestyle honoring to God, we may be challenged by requests or obstacles that are not easy to tackle. To accomplish God’s great plan for us, we will likely have to pay a tangible price to follow our Invisible God. In Genesis 6, we discover four truths that show us that following God is the right thing to do even when the request seems unusual and costly.
If we are no careful, our Christian lives can settle into a status quo type of existence. This is not what God has in mind for us. He longs for us to face greater challenges so that He might prove His greatness in and through our lives. This is a message to grow on for God. Sure we will meet with opposition, but understand this, God will be there with us to overcome all that opposes us. He is still in the business of victorious living.
Courage despite all of the obstacles to faith.
The Secret to Winning is faith/trust. Winners Trust...they know in whom they trust. Winners don't quit. Winners overcome obstacles, Winners act on the impossible. We overcome in life by trusting God and acting on that faith.
One obstacle to faith in Jesus is that there are too many questions and not enough answers about the afterlife. Eternal life seems almost too good to be true. So how do we respond to those who have doubts about eternal life?
One of the major motifs of John’s Gospel is misunderstanding. Misunderstandings usually happen when we make premature or uninformed conclusions about an issue or person. Thus, resistance is growing. We miss the true Jesus who though at times “seems” close is farther than we think.
The real victory that removes obstacles standing between us and our destiny is obtained when we bow down before the Lord with a pure heart… (La vraie victoire qui enlève les obstacles se tenant entre nous et notre destinée est obtenue lorsque nous nous prosternons devant Le Seigneur avec un cœur pur…)